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INTEL Appoints Philip Cronin General Manager

INTEL Appoints Philip Cronin General Manager For Australia And New Zealand

Intel Corporation Asia Pacific is pleased to announce that Philip Cronin has been named country general manager of Intel Australia and New Zealand.

Cronin has been with Intel for more than six years, holding the position of area sales manager (Australia and New Zealand) for the past three years. In this role he focused on growing Intel’s revenue within the Australian and New Zealand IT channel.

In his new role Cronin will be responsible for managing operations for Intel's various local divisions including the sales and marketing of its computer and communications products and its consulting services group. He will report to Chak Wong, director of marketing and business management, Intel Asia Pacific.

“Philip has shown outstanding leadership implementing local channel programs and driving sales campaigns for our flagship Pentium® 4 processor and Centrino™ Mobile Technology products in the Australian and New Zealand markets. These same leadership skills will serve him well in his new role,” Wong said.

Wong also acknowledged the achievements of outgoing country general manager David Bolt. “David has played an integral role in Intel's growth in the Australian and New Zealand markets over the past seven years, leading the company's successful push into new markets and technologies. We wish him well as he pursues new personal challenges externally," said Wong.

Cronin’s replacement as area sales manager will be announced at a later date.


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